The iOS 16.3 update added the option to use a physical key as a method of two-factor authentication. This greatly improves the security of your data.
The update contains many bug fixes. Apple has addressed a wallpaper disappearing bug and some Siri bugs. The main focus of this update is to celebrate Black History Month, adding new wallpapers for iPhone and new watch faces for Apple Watch.
Unfortunately, iOS 16.3 also has many bugs. They’re not just visual bugs, they’re serious bugs that detract from the experience.
People thought the iOS 16.3 update would restore iOS’s reputation for stability, but it’s still full of bugs, mostly related to the camera app.
The iPhone 14 Pro model initially faced stabilizer rattling issues and broken cameras in social media apps.A recent report says the camera app gets picked up randomly frozen, the entire app UI is laggy and the preview is jerky.apps randomly crash in some cases.
people twitter Many iPhone models report having problem In the camera app of iOS 16.3 or later. Recently, even the iOS 16.3 update has not fixed the camera app issue. I also have a problem with the iPhone 13 unit’s camera app.
When you open the camera app, the software automatically adjusts for background lighting. Once that’s done, you’ll have the right balance between ISO and shutter speed in place.
Unfortunately after the iOS 16.3 update this no longer occurs in bright light situations. Instead of focusing on the light, the entire viewfinder starts flickering. These flickering issues primarily affect videos.
If you’re just taking pictures, you can clean them up in post-processing, so it might not be a big deal, but if you’re trying to take videos, the unusable flickering is annoying.
If your phone doesn’t set the right balance between ISO and shutter speed, it will cause flickering in bright environments. Generally, if you want to take pictures with bright highlights, use a slower shutter speed.
However, on the iPhone 13, the software sets a lower shutter speed and compensates for it with a higher ISO. When you’re shooting video, it’s a problem.
Another big issue going round is that the subject is blurry. Instead of setting a proper focal length, the phone will instead focus on the background and blur the subject.
I believe this is due to shutter lag as the process of recording the photo takes a long time when the button is tapped, but it’s a serious problem anyway.
Apple has not officially acknowledged the problem, nor is it likely that they will. We do not recognize the scale of the problem. If it’s only happening to a minority, we don’t do major bug fixes.
It’s still possible that the fix will appear silently in the next update. There is no official workaround at this time. Try restarting your phone and turning off the Live Photos setting in your camera app.
To fix blurry subjects, try turning on the “Prefer faster shooting” option in the settings. A simple reboot is all that is needed to fix the unit’s problem. We will update this article with any corrections.